In this Issue
- Advance Articles
Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures is an interdisciplinary, scholar-led, refereed academic journal, the mandate of which is to publish research on and to provide a forum for discussion about cultural productions for, by, and about young people. Our scope is international; while we have a special interest in Canada, we welcome submissions concerning all areas and cultures. We are especially interested in the cultural functions and representations of “the child." This can include children’s and young adult literature and media; young people’s material culture, including toys; digital culture and young people; historical and contemporary constructions, functions, and roles of “the child” and adolescents; and literature, art, and films by children and young adults. We welcome articles in both English and French.
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What is an Advance Article? Following in the practice of many online publishers, Jeunesse now publishes Advance Articles. These articles are peer reviewed, revised, typeset, copy edited, and author-approved, and are made available online in advance of an official print or online issue. How are Advance Articles different than articles published in a regularly scheduled volume/issue? The content of Advance Articles does not change between their advance publication and publication in an official print/online issue. The only changes you will see between the Advance Article and the article published in an official issue is the addition of bibliographical information such as the volume number, issue number, and the page range. How do I cite an Advance Article if it doesn’t have full bibliographic information? Each Advance Article will be assigned a DOI (digital object identifier) upon publishing, which will follow the article once it is published within an issue. When citing an Advance Article, please be sure to include the author’s name, the title of the article, the name of the journal, the date it was published, and the article’s DOI.
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